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Technically Incorrect: At the American Diabetes Conference, trust is tested. It fails.
The distribution of approximately 800 email addresses was due to "administrative error".
British and Australian MPs have given short shrift to the fundraising emails, which appear to breach US electoral rules.
It's been a year since Windows 10 arrived, and Microsoft has new features for it, including an always-listening Cortana and Hello for website logins.
Technically Incorrect: In Russia, a robot is learning automated movements and reportedly veers into public view, blocking a road.
Technically Incorrect: A British woman posts a restaurant review to Facebook. In return, a man sends her a picture of his crown jewels. The woman decides to give him some of his own medicine.
Technically Incorrect: In China, lenders threaten to publish compromising pictures if customers are late with payments.
The NBN has a tumultuous history, drawing criticism from virtually anyone with a political skin in the game. But now the chair of the company behind the project has been called out for jumping into the fray.
In this installment of CNET's crowdsourced science fiction novel, our young hero is determined to find out what happened to her mother, even if it means leaving this universe.
Jawbone has put its speaker business up for sale and has stopped production of its UP fitness trackers, two news sites say.